Applications for ZAT Power – Completely New Zero Frequency and Power Data Servers for Free

Zero Frequency Application of Zero-Amp Technology Announced to the Public.

News Update, Feb. 24, 2013, includes a partial list of countries who have Zero-Amp Technology: Germany, Brazil, Japan, China, Thailand, Sri Lanka, U.K., Denmark, Sweden, Finland, South Korea, Netherlands, Italy, France, Belgium, Norway, Russia, Taiwan, Austria, Hungary, Israel, Chile, Slovenia, New Zealand, Croatia, Ukraine, Canada, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Spain, Portugal, Latvia, Estonia, Turkey, Jordan, Switzerland, Israel, Lithuania, Georgia, South Africa, India, Australia (to include many others in Asia, Central America and South America).

Inventor Pete Sumaruck with his company, Zero-Amp Technology, made this announcement on January 1, 2013, of their new application of Sumaruck’s technology.

Building a power unit for a home

This new application uses the principle of zero frequency; details are proprietary information.

Mr. Sumaruck is not personally affiliated with this new application development. Pete wants to continue powering buildings of any size, using unlimited electric energy that is fuel free and pollution free, Sumaruck’s primary concept.

No going back to a simpler age – the newest application of ZAT innovation involves free phone calling charges. Individuals worldwide will now have the ability to make phone calls for free, anywhere in the world (except for the US), for the life of their phone, any phone – land or cell.

– A phone in every building, in every country – inside, outside, anywhere – transmission towers are not necessary.

An example of how this phone technology works – a person goes into a kiosk anywhere in the world – they hand their phone to the clerk, who makes a simple change to their unit. Viola, they have zero frequency technology.

Pete Sumaruck’s only stipulation is that the cost of this application will be only $39.95 per phone. “Never any higher,” says Sumaruck. “This means that every person in the world, old enough to hold a phone and understand the operation of a phone, will be able to have one of these phones – or several.


Update on Cost of Licensing Rights for Zero-Amp Technology – It has already become public knowledge that Pete Sumaruck has sold the licensing rights to more than 100 countries, worldwide.

Sale to China – Now we can report that in addition to their original purchase, China (Peoples Republic of China), has made an additional purchase of 20 more. We are not currently apprised of the status of the ROC – Taiwan. Update, Taiwan is in.



Zero Frequency is not available in United States – I asked Mr. Sumaruck if this new application would be available in the U.S.

Sumaruck shrugs“Probably not. I am not involved in the business/corporate development of this extension of ZAT technology. They are on their own with this.” Sumaruck is concerned with what will be next – the possibilities are endless. “I am still convinced I don’t want my tech to be weaponized…as I have always said.”

“Why not the U.S., because I offered my technology to my government for 21 years. What response did I get. They kept trying to kill me. The incident in July was the big one. and Now they keep screwing up my phones – you understand…it’s the phone tech issue now. Guess they knew about the phone application (tech application) before we talked about it (publicly). Instead of coming around to this (new reality), they continue to harass me.” Locate the above articles, now on this Worldviewopinion site.

When Pete Sumaruck says “No,” he is confident in his decisions.

“The rest of the world is embracing my innovations. It is time for the US to catch up.”


Data Servers – In addition to this new phone application of Zero-Amp Technology, an exceedingly important application of ZAT innovation will completely power data servers. There are universal complaints about the cost of storing computer data – even the NSA in this country complains. The reality is that taxpayers, as well as consumers should not be responsible for these mammoth costs.

huge NSA server site in Utah

This technology does not involve “Cloud” computing.

If the costs of powering servers are free, making a change to ZAT powering would not require any revision of business infrastructure, no reorganization, and would result in the elimination of costs for power (cost only for the technology and implementation). Data server power costs are completely unnecessary.